One of the most frustrating things on the Internet are sites that make you register just to view content.I'm not talking about paywalls—I mean the sites that make you give them personal information to look at free articles or forum threads.
All you have to do is type in the URL for the site you want to view, and Bug Me Not will serve up a list of usernames and passwords for that site.
It also lets you know how many people have had success with those login credentials.
(My email password is, of course, my porn name.) Even lazier passwords: “iloveyou” and “lovely” both beat out the simple password: “password”.
Slightly more sophisticated: 40,000 chose: “qwerty” as their password.
It may not have all the features of the regular site, but all the content will be there. If you use Outlook, Microsoft gives you the option to create up to five aliases a year for your account.